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In order to reveal that a person without sight can still encompass a creative vision, Envision offers accessible art education for youth and adults with vision loss including consumers in our Vocational and Life Skills Development Center.In collaboration with volunteers and arts professionals, Envision Arts opens the door to the arts for youth and adults who are blind or low vision. Art offers to people who are visually impaired a tangible way to "map out" a sense of the world. Art is cultivated from within, builds confidence and increases self-concept while enriching hearts and minds. Every person can benefit from the critical thinking skills, language skills, cooperative learning and life enrichment provided by studying the arts. Art-making can serve to foster sensory awareness, manual dexterity, self-confidence and self-awareness. Art can also serve as a catalyst in addressing many issues that people who are blind face today including literacy, social integration, mobility skills and employment.
Creative Practices for Adults meets every Tuesday from 11:00am - 2 pm. Volunteers hours are flexible between 11:00am - 2:00pm, but would prefer a volunteer who could commit to all three hours each week.
610 N Main St, Wichita, KS 67203, US
The mission of Envision is to improve the quality of life and provide inspiration and opportunity for people who are blind or visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research.
The right choices and resources can open doors to new worlds of opportunity, especially if you are blind or low vision. Since 1933, Envision has become one of the nation’s most trusted service and employment providers for people who are blind or low vision. Envision provides services to people of all ages. From providing a job to providing much needed resources, the goal is always the same - independence.
For most Americans, holding a job is a sign of independence. Unfortunately, more than 70 percent of individuals who are blind or low vision are unemployed or underemployed. Almost 50 percent of the 400 Envision employees are blind or low vision, making Envision the nation’s second largest employer of individuals who are blind or low vision.
Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center
Envision provides vision rehabilitation, regardless of ability to pay. Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center offers comprehensive, state-of-the-art services in one convenient location. Licensed and certified specialists work directly with individuals and their families, building independence and inspiring hope.
We'll work with your schedule.
610 N Main StWichita, KS 67203
January 18, 2018